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Microsoft Surface Pro 4 and Type Cover Bundle, a perfect Christmas gift

You might have noticed that we are using the month of December to deliver for you a few ideas that would make the perfect Christmas gift for 2016. While some of them are reasonably priced, others are a bit pricier, such as the one we thought you might be interested in today, which is the Microsoft Surface Pro 4 & Typecover Bundle.


The Surface Pro 4 for might be just over a year old now, but it does not mean you need to wait around for the release of the Surface Pro 5, because this older model still has a lot going for it. You are able to create and run the most demanding software thanks to a perfect unison with Windows 10, along with its Intel Core i5-6300U processor, 128GB of storage 4GB of RAM and up to 9 hours of battery life.

We know that you do not need reminding of its specs seeing as though the device has been around for 14 months now, but you might be more interested in the latest Microsoft Surface Pro 4 deal, as you can also get the Typecover as part of a bundle at Currys for just £695. This is over £260 of its marked price, but only when you apply the code SURFACE at checkout here. This offer is also available in-store. Not only that, you can also save £20 off Microsoft Office when you buy this, or any other laptop come to that.

There are other bundles available, but this to us certainly seems the best. Ok, so we know that there are more powerful options out there with increased RAM and a faster processor, but this does seem like the perfect balance – especially seeing as this comes with the Type Cover as well.

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Written by Peter Chubb

Peter has been writing on Product-Reviews since 2007 and in that time much has changed for him, like his hair having more grey than brown now. He loves gadgets and cars, and gets excited when big events come up, such as CES and the big auto shows.

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